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Musicology Distinguished Lecture Series

Each year the Musicology Area of UT’s School of Music invites outstanding scholars and performers from around the country and abroad to participate in the Distinguished Lecture Series. Many of these lectures are cosponsored with other areas within the School of Music or other departments of the university. Participants are chosen to reflect the interests of our faculty and students, to foster interdisciplinary relationships within the university, and to enhance our campus offerings with diverse and innovative approaches to musical practice, philosophy and scholarship. Our guests present lectures and interactive workshops that demonstrate the best of their current music research. Past participants of the DLS include Dale Cockrell, Paul Berliner, Zim Ngqawana, Susan McClary, and Paul Th√©berge.

Distinguished Lecture Series 2018-2019

Sound of China

Mei Han, Center for Chinese Music and Culture at Middle Tennessee State University

An enchanted evening of Chinese music performed by Mei Han and musicians from the Center for Chinese Music and Culture at Middle Tennessee State University.

  • Monday workshop 2:30 pm and concert 6:00 pm, August 27, 2018, Sandra Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center.
  • MTSU Flyer

Change is Coming: Asian American Arts Activism and Engaged Ethnomusicology

Dr. Deborah Wong, Professor of Musicology, University of California Riverside

We are delighted to be sponsoring Dr. Deborah Wong (Professor of Ethnomusicology, UC Riverside) as a Visiting Scholar to the UT Humanities Center this October.

As part of her visit, Dr. Wong will be delivering a public lecture as follows:
Change is Coming: Asian American Arts Activism and Engaged Ethnomusicology
Monday, October 15, 2018, 3:30 PM
Lindsay Young Auditorium, Hodges Library
Please see the attached flyer for further details.

All are welcome.

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